What is the South Carolina Commission on Prosecution Coordination?
The South Carolina Commission on Prosecution Coordination (SCCPC) is a South Carolina state agency and criminal justice partner that serves the State’s 16 Circuit Solicitors and their offices. South Carolina has 16 judicial circuits, each comprised of 2 to 5 counties.
The SCCPC provides South Carolina’s Circuit Solicitors and their staff with legal education, and with technical, administrative and legal assistance. The SCCPC works with state, local and federal agencies involved in the criminal justice system, and is a resource for the General Assembly on a range of criminal justice issues.
Visit the SCCPC and our Programs tab for detailed information on the SCCPC and its programs.
What is a Solicitor?
South Carolina’s elected Circuit Solicitors are the equivalent of District Attorneys in other states. Solicitors are lawyers who represent the State in criminal cases. Click here to learn about the Circuit Solicitors who serve our State.
Find your Solicitor
South Carolina’s 46 counties are grouped into 16 judicial circuits. Each judicial circuit is served by an elected Circuit Solicitor. Click on the map above to find your Circuit Solicitor.